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SOX - Sarbanes Oxley Act, EEO - Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Dodd-Frank
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Speaking Up & Reporting
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Employees have an obligation to not only do the right thing when it comes to their own behavior, but to speak up when they see or suspect that others have violated their organization’s code of conduct, its policies or the law. New and existing laws make communicating with employees about your internal complaint procedures and mechanism vital. This course reinforces your reporting structure and provides information employees need to know about the proper channels for reporting illegal and unethical activity as well as your organization’s commitment to non-retaliation.

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Key concepts covered in this course:

  • What a culture of integrity is and why it matters
  • The employee responsibility to speak up about unethical and illegal conduct
  • Critical questions to ask when you're not sure what action to take
  • The role of the manager or supervisor to assist employees
  • The ability to raise concerns without fear of retaliation

Reinforce this topic with these two micro learning courses

Get two FREE micro learning courses with the purchase of this full length course. NAVEX Global suggests these courses that pair well:

Reporting & Retaliation

Explores the importance of reporting and the consequences of not speaking up, including the potential for misconduct to worsen, the consequences of remaining silent, the benefits of reporting, and the importance of asking questions, and reporting concerns and potential violations internally

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Speaking Up:"See Something, Say Something”

Suspicious activity by some of his co-workers leads an employee to wonder if he should speak up or mind his own business. Learners watch as he weighs his options and comes to the conclusion that speaking up isn’t always easy, but it’s always the right thing to do.

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